- How are watches sent ?
- To which countries do you send ?
- What are the freight and insurance charges ?
- Do I have to pay any Customs Duty ?
- What if the watch arrives damaged or is not as described ?
- What if the watch does not arrive at its destination ?
- How much will I actually be charged when I pay with a foreign currency cedit card ?
We usually send with ECI International Postal Courier which has a tracking service.
Delivery takes 3 -5 business days, depending on destination.
We can send with EMS to most countries. Please check with us if in
For parcels up to 1 kg.
$43 (AUD) for sending to Australia
$42 (AUD) for sending to New Zealand
$47 (AUD) for sending to Asia
$52(AUD) for sending to North America
$55 (AUD) for sending to Europe and rest of the world
Every country is different. You need to check regulations for your own country.
All watches are extremely well packaged but in case of any damage in transit or
misrepresentation, the watch may be returned to us within 3 days of delivery for full
refund. We must be notified before any returns are initiated.
All parcels sent via ECI courier have Airway Bill Numbers for tracking purposes and
If a parcel does not arrive, you would need to contact us so we can initiate a tracking
inquiry. If this is unsuccessful, you would need to send us a statutory declaration
which would then be processed by our insurance company.
Your credit card will be charged the agreed Australian dollar amount on the signed
order form that you fax to us. Your card issuer will convert that amount to your
local currency using its own exchange rate that applies at the time that they
process the transaction. We provide a link to a currency conversion site so
that you can determine the approximate cost of a watch in your local currency but you
should use these rates for indication purposes only.